Published: Sat, January 12, 2019
Sport | By Ashley Hunter

Ramsey set to cash in with Juventus move, reports claim

Ramsey set to cash in with Juventus move, reports claim

It is understood Ramsey's boyhood dream was to play for Barcelona but despite preliminary talks that option will not be pursued.

There has also been interest expressed from English sides and according to David Ornstein, if Ramsey was to remain in the Premier League "he would favour a move to Liverpool".

As a result, he has been allowed to discuss terms with various clubs this January, including Juve, Bayern Munich and Real Madrid, about a possible move in the summer.

However, although there is still a possibility the situation might change, it is nearly certain the former Cardiff player will go overseas. 'His agent will be in Italy soon to meet Juventus director Paratici and sign the contract for next season.

He is in line to earn up to £140,00 a week with the Italian club, which works out at £7.2 million a season, although Cristiano Ronaldo is Juventus' highest-paid player.

The two parties were close to finalising an agreement but no physical contract was on the table when the club chose to pull out.

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Fortunately it looks like Ramsey to Juventus is a done deal, so unless something dramatically changes in the next five months, that's what's going to happen.

Ramsey has become an Arsenal legend since joining the club from Cardiff City over ten years ago with the midfielder providing 62 goals and 64 assists in 356 appearances to help the north Londoners win 3 FA Cups.

However, Juventus are the team in pole-position for the Welshman's signature.

Arsenal boss Emery praised the midfielder's attitude on Thursday, saying: "Every day he's here with us, he's working very well".

But Emery does not use a number eight, with Ramsey restricted to play a deeper, more disciplined role without the license to roam - or as a No.10, which he is not suited to. "We need his performances for us and the last matches I am very happy with him".

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